Charlie Smith liked the 6.8 Bushman I was carrying while we met in the parking lot (I bought it used before going to Italy). Then he went out and ripped as usual.
It was another easterly trades day and this is my pick of Jimmie Hepp's album.
This is Hookipa at sunset. Bigger than the morning.
This photo shows the medium period of the swell.
5am significant buoy readings and discussion
No southerly energy at Barbers, check the Lahaina webcam to see what's there. It's possible that during the day a small N wrap will appear.
8.2ft @ 13s from 354° (N)
8.2ft @ 13s from 330° (NW)
6.6ft @ 13s from 334° (NNW)
Wind map at noon
High Tide High Tide Low Tide Low Tide Sunrise Sunset
5:59a +1.6 10:36p +1.4 1:52p +0.4 7:04a 6:18p
North Pacific has the fetched circled in red. The NW one belongs to a new large low that formed in the NW sector.
Nice fetch down south. I circled in red the part that is for sure oriented towards us. The yellow part falls outside the great circle ray map on the right, so we don't know if it's actually aiming at us. Down there the flat map induced distortion is so high, that the chances are very low.